Grateful Dead Live at Raceway Park on 1977-09-03
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Promised Land, They Love Each Other, Me & My Uncle, Mississippi Half Step, Looks Like Rain, Peggy-O, Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil, The Music Never Stopped
Bertha-> Good Lovin', Loser, Estimated Prophet-> Eyes Of The World-> Samson & Delilah*, He's Gone-> Not Fade Away-> Truckin', E: Terrapin Station
*Dead left the stage for a few minutes after Sampson. FM Broadcast WNEW New York. Other artist(s): Marshal Tucker, NRPS. This date is featured on Dick's Picks 15.
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|The Promised Land|
|They Love Each Other|
|Me & My Uncle|
|Mississippi Half Step|
|Looks Like Rain|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|The Music Never Stopped|
|Eyes Of The World>|
|Samson & Delilah|
|Not Fade Away>|
- 2009-11-08 18:18:45
- tc-153 master, maxell ud-c90's, dolby b > nak dragon>hd-p2 24/96>hd>adobe auditon 2.0(levels/resample 16/44.1)>cd wave(tracking)>flac
- Englishtown, NJ
- Run time
- Taped by
- Ken Flemming
- Transferred by
- Rob Berger
- Raceway Park
Subject: This is the best crowd we've seen in a long time
High energy cowboy song, MNS, unique solos on FOTD... Great transitions into songs..
The best request to Take A Step Back (the playfulness of the band is evident)
Funny that they ask for a step back then go into 1/2 Step (Hate to ever say best ever but it is transcendent)
My all time #1 concert not having Jack Straw in it. This show is the bridge that links the smoking spring/summer tour with the vastly underrated winter/spring '79 shows.
Sweet Estimated--> Eyes and a Truckin breakout after a long 3 year hiatus that has some legs. Many don't enjoy Terrapin, especially at encore status but Cornell had OMSN as its encore.. C'mon. It has that sick second vibe. Jerry shreds throughout. All songs were played seemingly at their optimal speed and cadence. LLR builds to a marvelous crescendo. Great solo and vibe again.
The crisp solos in the usually pedestrian of songs elevates this show. Limited Donna and a healing Mickey gives it a sound and cadence of a show a couple of years earlier.
Although I didn't see my first show till 26 months later, this tape was my introduction to this vast musical expression.
Again, I dislike claiming a version of any particular song as "the best" but that Loser is in a class all its own.
The entire show is c r a c k l i n g with energy.
This show was the 10th anniversary of the iconic show in '67 on the same date where the riffs in Dancin In The Street became Dark Star. Robert Hunter was said to have gone to that show and realized that his calling was to not only write that song but to become Jerry's songwriting partner.
Long live Sept 3 '67 and '77
Subject: One of my favorite auds
Subject: beat show
Subject: EPIC GD Show
Subject: Good Show
Subject: Do yourself a favor
My absolute favorite dead tape for a very very long time.
And I only had the second set!
SAMSON is fierce.
In my humble opinion this is my absolute favorite version of TRUCKIN!!!
(On the boards you can hear Bobby leading the charge blowing a whistle in time to the opening notes!)
Also as I recall the Eyes of the World was SWEET.
Gave it a three for the poor sound of recording the show itself is a solid 5
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